Patients and Producers Alliance filed a lawsuit against the state of Florida to end the vertically integrated market that Florida medical marijuana treatment centers must adhere to. Host Robert Roundtree speaks with Mr. Nevins to find out more about the lawsuit and how it will help open up the market and create more opportunity for entrepreneurs and patients.
Aaron Nevins is founder and managing partner of Chelsea Road Consulting, a public affairs consulting firm, as well as Painted Dog Productions, a full service digital media and publishing company.
Past projects include: a grassroots campaign protect the Bright Futures Scholarship Program, a successful mobilization of supporters to secure approval to build Westlake-a new city in Palm Beach County, breaking a Fortune 500 company’s 25-year garbage monopoly in Broward County (FL), as well as creating a grassroots group to support the Brightline high-speed passenger train.
Patient and Producers Alliance has a vision for a horizontally-regulated, free market-based system to help patients and their physicians gain more appropriate options that will lead to safer access to appropriate cannabis treatment by:
Promoting and advocating patient’s rights related to medical cannabis
Educating the public on the restrictions and challenges to accessing medical cannabis
Promoting a well-regulated, free market-based system to ensure appropriate patient access to a broad selection of cannabis based products
Educating cannabis patients and their physicians about cutting edge treatment options and new products
Assisting cannabis producers to foster a favorable economic and regulatory environment in the United States
Advocating for innovative cannabis producers to expand patient options and opportunities.
The Marijuana Solution Partners: